My radio career began right here in Connecticut when I started Reporting on the stock car races at the now defunct Danbury Fair Race-arena, at the age of 14. After High School, I attempted to enter into the stressful world of air-traffic control. I quickly learned that was not for me and I returned to my first love, Radio. After graduation from Ct School of Broadcasting, I got my first full time radio job in Poughkeepsie New York in 1990. I have spent the last 22 years at various stations in Connecticut, my last being Mornings at WHCN. I consider myself lucky to have pursued my dream of being on the radio, without having moved more than a few hours from where I grew up in the Mid-Hudson valley and Western Connecticut where both my parents are from.
Chuck will be on the air weekdays from 3 – 7pm on Lite 100.5 WRCH. Feel free to send Chuck Taylor a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
The previous day, the world’s first artificial organ transplant was achieved, using an artificial windpipe coated with stem cells.
“This announcement marks the end of the solely combustion engine-powered car,” said Volvo CEO Håkan Samuelsson in a statement.
July 5, 1937 SPAM first rolled off the assembly line as a way to sell the unprofitable pork-shoulder.
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE WASN’T SIGNED ON JULY 4th – That’s just the day the document was formally dated, finalized, and adopted by the Continental Congress… Read more trivia!
Let’s face it, somebody reading this is going to get hurt celebrating our nation’s independence; probably with some pyrotechnic malfunction. So, here, should you need it, are some tips from the Mayo Clinic.
It was July 1, 1980 that Canada officially adopted “O Canada” as their national anthem.
Want to see some fireworks this holiday weekend? There’s tons of places in Connecticut…
Scientists writing in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine say working nights prevents our bodies from healing damaged DNA.
Research done at Temple University shows extra-virgin olive oil protects against memory loss, preserves the ability to learn, and reduces conditions associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
I have no first-hand knowledge of how well this “garden-roomba” works, but it seems like it would do the trick.